We have vast experience helping companies across a multitude of industries which means we can apply high-level expertise in sector-specific cases, drawing on key learnings.
Below is a list which features, but isn't limited to, just 12 core industries in which we can help directors in distress. We can also work with fellow professional service members such as accountants and solicitors who may require expert guidance in cases relating to particular sectors.
A case study which details our administration of a high-profile Motor Group
An example of how we've assisted a major international airline company
Several case studies showcasing our work in the construction and engineering sector
Our corporate insolvency experts have vast experience helping firms in financial services
Our expert team has assisted with administration processes in the healthcare sector
A number of case studies including hotels, restaurants and sports/leisure clubs
Case studies documenting our work assisting companies in the manufacturing sector
Details of how we've assisted companies in the media and marketing industry
Several case studies where we've helped companies via rescue or closure procedures
A number of success stories helping businesses in the property and real estate sector
Several examples where we've safeguarded jobs and businesses in the retail sector
We have experience in the shipping and maritime industry as detailed in this case study
5th April 2018 Real Business Rescue recalls some iconic high street names which have unfortunately deserted us in recent years. How many can you remember? And who might be next?
29th March 2018 The group which owns Bargain Booze is on the brink of entering administration after failing to raise the emergency funds required to resolve a severe cash flow crisis.
29th March 2018 The government has outlined a series of proposals that it hopes will help to tighten up rules around corporate governance in insolvency scenarios throughout the UK.
28th March 2018 David Sullivan, the co-owner of West Ham United, has been adjudged at a tribunal to have used the football club to avoid paying £700,000 in taxes. The matter relates to a £2 million transfer of funds
22nd March 2018 Carpetright is looking to close some of its most unprofitable stores as it considers entering a company voluntary arrangement (CVA) rescue deal to avoid becoming the next British high street retailer
Every day we help companies just like yours turn things around against seemingly impossible odds, regardless of your situation we can help. Find your nearest office today.